Do you think that there are enough books written on deconverting from religion? Do you think there need to be more? Which kind of books on ex - christianity, do you think are most needed? Personal accounts? Scientific accounts? Historical accounts?

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Comment by LovelyGirl on April 10, 2011 at 4:20pm

All of the above are needed! I personally like personal accounts, because that resonates with me most; however, I love reading anything scientific and historical.

 

What I would like to read more of is historical details of fundamentalist Christianity, how it evolved and where it's been. Who are the main leaders? Where does their philosophy come from? Etc.? I think this is important so that people can learn to distinguish "god's voice" from wackos.

Comment by Kat Caldera on April 10, 2011 at 5:09pm

I agree, we need more on them all. 

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